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Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.i clo.t
61 ft p. Ill,
TIroiili Mult via Illlrolfi Central aud
e!o. rMi"i'il '"l''Ur Wllir 'fUru"K " Mull
UV .Mull vfn HM....I. ,.l n-i j
I 4- n V M1"-I,IUI Ccutral ItiUronU clou ut
Way .Mull fr Narrow Oan-o Kallruad clone at 8
Cairo and Evmi.vlllii River Routt cloe at tt:;W
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II. JJ. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS C ENTRAL H. R.
TH.l'S Alllllvg. ' TltAINI l)!I'AI!T
4 f a.m. I Mall 3:lna.m.
!" liioop.in. fcxprrr t-Mp.m
CAIKO JfcYINCENNErjR. 11.
Mall tuiou p.m. Mall 4:45 a.m.
CAIRO Jt ST. LOUS R. H.
r-W !i:W p.m. Expre H:4Sa. m
Aaoni 'dutloti is p.m. Ac.coiu'dation.P.R'Ap. m
(.' Ill CA -O. ST. LOl'IS AND NEW ORLEANS It. I
iill 8")p.ni. Mull.... Jiuoa.m.
Tt'T,iK.Xirff ...s:a.m. I Tcxa ejjircM.SRlSp.oi
iUN.. ,.lrlOCut II, 8:JU.U). I , ..
Mt.ir-. R. Thinlewood.
Tremurr Edward llcuuu.
(.'i.-rit Drritii. J. Foley.
ouu"i:lir-U'm. B. l.lfhert.
Man-hal-C. 1). AnT.
Pu.lte Mij.'i.tnite J. J. bird.
H'lAUll or AUlKUXKN.
Firt Ward Win. o'riui.n l .1 iinvinv
SwolU Ward-David T. Lluenar, C. R. SVood-
Third Win! U P W.I,i. V Umin.
I'luir.'i Ward-Churle. U. Putiir. Jutiiet Kvni.ton
i.nu mrui. w. immune, trueM U. llv...
Circilt .Iiidi'f-0. A. Hurler.
I ire lit Clerk-J. A. K,nve.
I uuti'y Jud e K. h. Ywuru.
t'uauty Clerk S. J. Htim-n.
ti'umy Attorney W. C. M ilk' .
oiri'y Trvan'iTvr A. J. Aioi--.
Min:i John Hude..
Coroi.er H. Fitzir.viC.
County Comt.MU.ioriire T. W. iURlday, M. V
liruHC. amui'l liriley. ' ,
AFRICAN M. K. -Fourteenth :reet. V-twceti
Walnut aiid Cedar meet.; tivtiM Saotiatii It
a. ru llJ T p. m.; fcunday tixl 1 : p. oi.
CHRI-TIAN-EUhteenth Mrcrt; meeting SaV
k.lii lurjop. tu.; prvai Llut' icarioLally.
Iin;CH OK THE REDEEMER-KEpN'opal)
V.' FuUili'vutlj t1.t; Muridiiir ;rayer ta!))tl)
a. m.; evening prayer. T:i p.m.: habbath
'. a. in. h. M. J.' IjUIoii Liv. Ritctur.
l.'RT MISSIONARY R.UTI.sT CHfWH.-
-I IVm-Mii.' tt i ; t. a. in., :J l. in
. mm'. T::iii ti. m.
ta!ili.t :i Khoul ut p. m
Rev. T. J. ftiiore.,
Il'TIIERAN Th!n"iith alrt-t: .nirc Salv
J I'u'U 11 a rn. uud T::i p. m.; suiiday rctiuoi ia.
ci. I'.-rv. l)urr"..!.tK-r. uaftor.
METI.'ODIST-Cur. Ki-.-hrh al:d Walui:! !r.:. !;
I'fwUiui SaMiatb 1):: u. m. anl 7 p.m.;
river nii'-.ili,;. W'r '.iivi'.v 7r p. m.i ULhy
cl.'Jo;, 3 p. m. Rev. A 1'. Murntoti, pa'tur.
)!:iHYTERIAN-Elirhth tr.-i-t: pr-nrblM oc
nilii at ll:n a. in. and 7:9' 0- rn.; iTiu r
neetls.' Wednedse at T:ip. m ; Sunday Sihipl
ft! J i. t. Rev. It. V. ieori'.-, pa"tr.
KCI'ND FREE-WILL IiAITIT - Fif:-. i.tii
:r i t, en Walnut and Ceda: streets ; eer-
v:cf a.iat!i at :! and 7:-'' p. III.
ST. JK!'H'S 'Riimau fatho'.loi roruvr (
ai.'! Walnv.t Hre.-tn; rwrei. .Si'.l,.itu 1 :'J' a
l.i.: s -;i.day Srlio.il at i p. in.; Yvfpera p. ti.; n
vt-reii e'. ery'd-iy at p. ni.
(JT. PATRICK'S i Roman Catholic Cdrn'T N'.i.tt
k itr'-,-t ai:d ahliifctoli aveune
r j:1 ai.l 1" a. r.i. ; 'ep-r I p. r.i.
L' p. ni. ; M-rke every day at p. i:i
I ssudav lh u'.
. Rev. F. ii'j;..
Toot Fourth at. Missouri Laud's- Kentucky Ld g.
6 a.m. 8:30 a.m. i a. m.
10 a. D. I')::i0 a. a. 11 m.
2 p.m. S:3)p.a. 3 p.m.
4 p. m. 4;W p. m. i p. n.
rROriUETOR OF SPROAXS FATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
EIGHT STREET, '
Iic-twPti "Washington and Com-
Yl mereLil Vv, adtolnlug Uannys.
KEErs for suluthu bpt Beef, Porlt, Mntton.Vcal,
Lamb, Siumiujh, Ac, and 1 prepared to ae;ve
famlljvt lu ua acceptable tuuaaur.
MAILS. . . ,. .GENERAL MK.ROHAXDJSH. I r"" I : '
Wlioleoale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing
BOOTS AND SIIUES, '
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
C'omrm-rrlal Avennp. (
.orur tuniu Hreet I
KOEHLEE BEOS., Proiirietow,
CtruiT Wahlnton Avpmic nnl Elglit Street and
vuii.i.1 i.,im'uu biiu auaintuu Ave.
A f':!l and rfimn. innr.lv f .v. i.A.
klnda ueat a. way. on band.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue anil Eighth Strcnt,
F. RKOss, pre..idett.
P. NEFK. Vice-l're:dct.
II. WELLS. Ca.nl.-r.
T. J. KERTU. Afi-l.tant CaLUr.
V. Rro. Cairo; William Klnire. Cairo;
Peti-r N.-tl. Cairo: William 'i.,r. ,...
v' I''''' 1i:"h' '.' "iHins.'i'ley. St. I.ou!.;
... ,.. , v 0, j, L,t.ieuU Caledonia.
GENERAL RANKING Iil'siNESS DONE. Ex-
...nauL-i-HiH una noi'.vn. ir.r..r...r .... i.i .i,..
o'.lectiot.s maue and all
huiii.-. promptly attended to
JNTEP.PRI.-E SAVINGS BANK,
CLartered March 31, 15f.9.
OFFICE LV CITY .VATIOXAL BANK,
Cairo- " tr.W.
NTERESTpsid ru d '.'po.lt Man h lt and Sep-t-nil'i.-r
1-t. Inter.-. t Lot withdrawn l nrf.l..il im.
m-d:at-:y t. the iirinciaui of the liet'o.iti-. t herein-
iriviu,- tiiem co:a;.eLLd li.teret.
tt'liil Jren ftti'l married wonu-n may deposit
money and no one else can draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Treasurer,
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLWAY. President.
II. L. HALLWAY. Vice-President.
WALTER HYsLOP. Cashier.
I. STAATS TAVU1B. W. P. tlALMDAV,
IIKNKV h. IIAI.L!tlT, K. II. CI NNISOIIAM,
0. I). WtLLIAX.-uS, fTBrilE.N BIIIU,
U. II. CAN"Ji:.
Exchanje, Coin ami United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general banking btisinest
con it in-ted.
NEW GIN SHOP.
1L E. INCE,
XEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Ave., opposite Seventh at.
CAIKO, : : : ll.I,lxoiS.
Guns, Tistols, Safes ami Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE BORING ON BREACH-LOADING GUNS
All work ttjmriinteod aatlsfactory. at cheaper rate
hau can he uiituiuud at any other pluco lu the city.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesulc aud Retail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of nil Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTIt CO. have cotilnntly n lnrcn
lock of tiie bet iiood In the nmrUel mid ulve
especial uttontlou to tac wuolvialu bnincU of the
CAIKO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
1 I ' 1 1 r
n,0l.Vn,!'Ll'"llmp"Lrt',n, le"tlon. forwltlioui
f. . i,k l,ul;"S; bluo(1 '-' can tie do pur
icct nealin, and without
life In a mero burden and want",
blood the bent medicine known la
Scovili's Blood Purifier.
It U the treat Sontlii-m tlm trlod atid true rem
idy, and may lie Implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE KAILS.
Tak It In Ihn Ki.rl
. . , 4 tll,,, vr,V:V injiv mr nil
Duru urri t oim .f tl.,- I.hwl .m. n ti.,
aeui-onof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
For fanrcr Scrofula, Mvnr Complaint, Weak
aand Ula that come from Impure blood.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
8 C OLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(9) BARCLAY BROS.. Whnl...in a ,...
uwrrs AND SHOES,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
ROOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. 90 Commercial Ave.. Bet. Fifth and Sixth St.
jeep constantly on hand a lame afnrtment of
- - wuin immii ana Mioe. ol all stvle
?il of'.. 8.1dof' bu.vi,r' be"t of Lou la and
Cincinnati Hand made work: fold cheaper than
vu !rt?' "18"?,"!1 ha 8 '" "0, k of Leatherand
UndiLK of all deacrlptlon, mU very close.
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
Tin. Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING 6c HEATING
Tinware ami Hollow wait of evcrv
Bu rwart's old stand, on Eiahth Mreet.
f.f . . .1. n.Ti -l" ' iiiay. nil Kinil
rl.i ,r.(:"i1iV l'ro"'i"'y IH-Tformed and
Jesse IHskle, N. D. Tiiisti.ewooii, j. h. Mooiib
1 1 L K LE, T J 1 1 STLEWOOD
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. IS and PIT Commercial Avenue,
J'I.r.i'P'll Al1VRrif..-.mn,,,. n,..!., en.l.
... . tt.o'.v wu vuur, fo
ments ul lohacce, Flour, und tiraiu.
MAsi'iit for Gear. Scott & Co. threshing mn.
chlues. iiortable saw mill utui threslnni; eiii-ines.
Apeiits forChumplon harvesting machiues, mower
CARPENTER AND CON TRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Washiiijton and Walnut.)
Estimates on buililinirs, on losses by lire
or otherwise made on short notice.
LL work Intrusted to him will rccelv -rompt
atlellt oil. mill u he exeentei In a an.
Horse boarded by the week at reasonable rale.
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES
At prices to nlt tho time, Glvo mo a call
Arc Informed that MILO II. STEVENS .V; CO.,
WAR CLAIM ATTORNEYS, of Cleveland. O. have
opened nn ollleeln ChUngo, devoted exclusively to
the huliiea or Soldier and oldler' heir lu the
"ct. All application for Pension must bo pre
feiited berore July 4. m or buck pension will not
EtJvSvu', Aildre. with Htnmp, MILO II.
rpo INVENTORS ANDMECHANK'S.
nn ohSJ8 Bnd how ,0 0',,l,ln 1"' rnmplet ol
' ,i. n uI,on r,'c,,l'l of Stump for poitaro'
Addre (HLMORK, SMITH A CO.,
Hollcltor of Patent. Hog 81,
3I0ILMXG. MY 25, 1879.
THE VKllV best MEDICINE
sia and Indigestion.
Jin. R. II. 8"'"'''' Nl "-March 87. 177.
klnj of hM'&i,l t,i?.Fun '? Pmlw the
tak fVec. I . , ' "-'tllii! . .W hen I bei-un t
and would . l"n' . V - l. w" u "tUnulunt effert,
fore. Thli k Ti m ' ,,;v"i? ne bk bad a ho
eftlmoi , ?V"" """1B "I thiinii who read the
he Mm Lri 1 wr",e at ,httt llm''- mluht think
" si r ,?..! """? towtlrfy th.in on tlmt
yearn aw,. .uv.i ..7 in "Pl,",B "l,uo,'t '0
vear aw,. I have ..h K ii? t""'U",u aUail "
time, at whi , h i ''"'Rly until thu present
consider t se W '""" !!."'"'. Md
aiio I wa as oa.u,. V,uuul; J year
i-.,i,tl.i,.l i.. ,"'"" eoiim iih mm live.
to die l.ve:b - , " ' l"' "'""'bs, and clven nu
...i in ti, .',tltL.",.,clorB:...",no of the most skllL
disease i,;., " uuy l I bad several
.eral oth r. ,K p"'"mn. heart disease, and
Veuetlne tt.,ne1'"' ly fu,Bl- Bl'd "" R l
ani to that l ' 1' "'T,'""01?- h"'htme through
tho cnuse. rV: a nn"J' aiwase, and find
or Imll.Mon y "W'l,;n" '-' 1.mv? Dyspepsia
Wi.; 7,' ener.u pi tli am cane.
l.-l, ?t ') fl "' 11 not, lroprly dl(!esi0i n the .torn
ui. u iKconie a poisonous, putrid masH. which I
a 'S o ",'h' the au!1 "5 xh K-voShto
cmii.i. i. ,r... " ui ,ut n"uy-if tin
tl I e ormi e"' i "'D11","' become in
im,,,.. .V i Lont. biiu a so in that of
t on o , T'l0" vx,ut Dypepla or Indlp, -W
'f t ,n. ""l""1"""' liieh'is usiiullv the
iel knrii, hav,: ume organic disease. 'I am
jell known lu the towns of Gotl'slown. Weare an
a !,rMX1, )' "n(ic" furn nBan
r fl Willi iIv , ,jrUl'0U a" ,hl'"u "temets
iaV, to I V y 8n"w,'r )l't,t,r" "r inquiry lu re
gard to my own case, or the use of Vetetine
IfVEurTiJv1;:: A- J-Rl RBECK,.
Ma.II.n.STKviKi: I''"EnpuiA, Pa.
Dfiir mr P.. ti,.. inrt pc.
i . V v v" ,tu .-isinina. unas very i is
wcTjmfn?,L'r'f?"M' m,'wW. wthw I dia led
t ii'" 'ircK (r. rii a
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
II. R. Stevens:
Mv motherllfls naeil t-n.,.ul...i.i.. ,, .
,.ii:. " e... -r .. j-.." "I"""ie medicine "VC"
ha. r ,,,, . ".,i;u,"r: i'1 u,iH ." ?km. and
oaittieLditfor such coniiilMintH. ' 1 cau ru'
Dec "n n i- ,I A. BLACK WELL.
Dec. j 18,,. Luiontowu.Lnlouc'o., Ky.
HuiiDrs on the Face.
In thiscouditbu of the -kin. the Vehetine is th
hiimor- to disappear. By Internal treatment all
Impu It esare thrown out. Vei.etine elves rood
cirema ion to the blood, relieving the inflamed or
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetiiie is Sold By all Drmr?ists!,
J JALLIDAY BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND IIAY
Hiffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
i C cj
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tin Largest Variety Stock
IT TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor.NlK'loi'nthttraetandl P:,,a Til
Couuierclal Av f tllll'0, ill.
O. O. PATIEll 6c CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, May 24, SiCOp. M.-Wlu.-it
lull-AViuU-r, 8s lOdffiOa 4.1: Snrino-
7s CJ5l.s4.1i California nvcraire. 8s Odk
Os 2.1; California club, Os IdSn 5d. Corn
-new 4s 3d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, May. 12:10 p.m.-Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicno. l 04fi1 Oil'-
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 04,; Red Winter,
081 18i$; No. 2 Red Winter, $1 18
1 18; No. 2 Amber, 1 141 13. Corn
-uuiei steamer, 43J; No. 3,
No. 2, 44 )i.
cmcicjo oiui.N au produce.
Chicago, May 24, 10 a. M.-Pork -June,
19 C2'j : Julv. tQ W Pn 1 o,.,.
July,3C;VG.a(l;V. Wheat-June. 11 nn.
July, $1 00.
Chicago, May 24,2:30 p. r.-WLear
May, 1 01 Jf; June, 1 OIK j Julv. 09K.
Corn-May, 35 tf; June, 33; July, 30'.
Pork-May, 9 57; June, 9 579 CO;
July, $9 071 2,9 70.
Cuicaoo, May 24, . 12:00 M.-Pnrk
June, CO; July, $0 70. Corn-June,
35?a33; July, 30a4'. Wheat-June'
tl 038'; July. I 00,
DICTATING AN ITEM.
. The following little story teaches caution
in the use- of pronouns:
Mr. Tucker came into tho editorial room
ot a local paper, and shdiug up to the re
porter s table, he took a seat and nuaVed
up close and said : 3
"Just take it down and Ml give you a
ilr.A i.,..., TV.- 1-1,, 3
aw., iiciu. ueauyr
"Yes. Go ahead."
..wi, u.omiug, ?lTii mckcr my
wife, you know-ani her daughter Bessie
were dnvmg out with the bay mare named
' nvtr ro:ta- toseclierauat
Mrs. Tuckers aunt. To see her aunt.
as uriving the mare, and a little af-
-t uiev j ail ii-tt stun ,.,.- t'... .
: . i '"u"u a iucu sue
inicw one oi iier shoes. '
'.Ifessic did ?"
"No. Kittv. tho ninro. ,ln,iP.,..:.
i . ..e. iiiouier mar she thought that
sue wns oenaving queerly.
urs. i ucklt was."
Tlie marp! nnil Jin f.it. o - i .. .
she had half a notion to turn back."
Are you speaking ot the maro Tt,
' 1 viiu ii:mu-, hi couiae. liUt she kept
on limping and going kinder uneven until
they were down bv the Ptl U'.rL-a win..,
she laid liack Iter ears and "
"ion don't mean Uessie's cars?"
Go on, then, .Mrs- Tucker laid back her
"Tho marc's oars. An.l inai- m tl,.,.. ...
on the bridire over the creek tiu tn-m. ,rlva
a lilt to one side. and. us Mr Tiu.v,,,
screamed, she let drive with both her hiud
legs against the carriage."
"Are you referring to Mrs. Tucker or to
"Kittv. the maro fitnl sivimu,! i,t,
shafts off short. The next moment, before
Mrs. Tucker or Bessie could
selves, she went over the side, turnin" a
complete somersault." a
"lou are now speaking of the mare?"
"Yes: tho mare turned u poiml..ro a.mm..
sault into the water. One of the traces re
mained unbroken, and of course as Kittv
weiii over Biie dragged the carriage
alter her, and Jlrs. Tucker and Bessie
went floundering into the creek. The mare
at once struck out for the shore, and Bessie
lonunateiy Rail presence of mind enough
to grasp her by the tail. She had the blind
staggers, hut it had passed otF "
MV.. .1 -.. 1
..hi me mure; unit tts soon as she was
Deing towed past Mrs. Tucker, she caught
noid tit her dress;
"The mare's dress?"
"Bessie's dress ; and it seemed for a min
ute the mare would briug them
saieiy to land. But Mrs. Tucker's
noli i on thu mare s loosened somehow, and
"You said Bessie had hold of the ware's
"Didl? Well, so it was; Mrs. Tuker
had hold of her dress."
, 'Whoso dress?"
"Did'nt I sii v Bessie's drew' W..I1 Hi.,.,
somehow. .Mrs. Tucker's hold loosen,.,!
"Her hold of what ?"
"Her hold of the mare no, I must be
mistaken; Bessie had hold of the mare's
tail, while tlic maro wnaswimtninov Ami tho
mare had hold of Mrs. Tucker's dr that
is. Mrs. Tucker had hold of. Welt,
anyhow, she lot go "
"Mrs. Tucker let go?"
"Oh, I dunno; whoever had hold of the
marc let go and she weut to the bottom
like a stone."
"If I follow your meaning it was the
maro mat went to tue bottom.
"Mv coodness. tnBti ! Pan't mn under
stand? It was'nt the maro. Tho maro
l (till i
"What did vou sav slit) wont to tho bot
tom for, then?"
"I did'nt; It was Bessie."
'Howio never said a word about it."
"You know what I meant. Bessie went
to tho bottom,"
"And Mrs. Tucker swatu ashore?"
"No, she did'nt."
"Verv well then Mrs. Tucker went to
tho bottom, too?"
"No, Rho did'nt cither."
"Mrs. Tucker flew up In the air. then?"
"You think you're smart don't yoxV .
"Well tro on nnd tnll vntir atnrw we'll
discuss that after. What did Bessie say
when sho got to tho bottom?"
a vo a goon miau v wauup you."
NEW SERIES-NO. 287.
'Wliat did she say that for?"
'You mud-headed idiot," aid Mr. Tuck
eV'givo any mora of your insolence, and MI
flay you alive I was Roinsr to give yent an
item alwut that maro, and what Mrs.
lucker said about her turning somersaults
all the way home, but now I'll see yon
handed first." '
The reporter got behind the desk, lifted
up a chair to ward off a missile, and then
he said calmly:
"What was Mrs Tnrlcnr' nUinrt in inn,.
ing somersaults all the way home ."'Pitts
WIT AND HUMOR.
The poll evil election frauds.
Done with a pen a dead pi.
Weather report a clap of thunder.
A man must be sick to throw tin n nihil.
F A flflnn. A.
Common metor-One that registers more
gas than is consumed.
t Money that bank-officers get away with
is charged to running expenses.
The man wlm tru ;n i... i ,
Dly tound his way out on a nightmare.
When Adam ate the the apple, did ho or
tiH he not eve aid the responsibility?
If you have a Hrtln T,C I'AII Mnn - .
. j". jmau uive ua
niiey and still keep it. This is a. pnnli:
You probably have notir..,! tht . a
never expreises a positive opinion on any
subject; he simply specks so.
Look out f Of PTr.i1 11 a frnm Mnnrin JnA
m J unc. Seventeen brass bands are to en
gage in a tournament there.
Tile aut and SOOil-tlrV will umn ai.n.l m,f
w .m, '.lit W-rwu W VUV
their topographical engineers, with instruc
tions to seli'ct eligible sites for picnics.
Never use slang. It may not apply.
Listen as A comes into B's room. Says B:
"How do you like my new shoes?" A : "Oh
they're immense !"
Two men pissed down the avenue this
afternoon. One slipped and fell, and the
other entered an eating-house. One cot
shaked bad, and the other got baked shad.
The tlea. s:iys the Boston Transcript, i
the politician of the insect world. He is
eyer itcliing for place, creates no end of
disturbance and you never know where to
A sowing machine agent who was very
ill, being told that must prepar to pay the
debt of nature, wnnrp.l tn im, ;r
could'nt be paid on the monthly instilment
What is ni01? dqrrvirnT ftf aiii afmnnri,.,
remarks the Miudletown Transcript, than a
young man with fifteen cents in his pocket,
a ;m uu cacii arm and sevpn ..,
"Time you besan to think, vountr man.
that youth wont last forever!" "Permit
me to suggest, my respected irrandfather.
that ayro is not what vou imVht call ner.
maueut, either." Puck.
Leadville is so named Iiecmno of tlm
lead inadvertently curried In- Tinrjnno
who go there and get saucy. A person was
ounodtiot long since in the local cemetery
Who was SO full of lead that the lienn.ro
thought it was a case of premature petrirl-
The death rate of our country is net
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life)
being lessoned every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resultiug generally
from the most insignigcant origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold U such
a commou thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often fiud too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat nad lungs.
Boschee's German Syrup has proven itsoli
to be tho greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
930,000 bottles sold last year without a
single failure kuown.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do thev not know
that Coughs lead . to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion V -1 1 n.'JK.AMjj. n.J . c.vit CUfC ft
'oul'Ii or any Iuiil' or throat trouble. Wo
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50 eta. and $1.00 per bottle. For
latuo Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
aud liver complaint. Coustipation, and jja
oral debility when you can iret at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitnlizcr which we sell on
a positive ' guarautee to cure you. Price
10 cts. aud 73 eta. For sale bv Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and fraimint
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
A CARD. To all Who are iurTorW fmm
tho errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man-
noou, ccc, i win send a recipe that will euro
you, free of cuahoe. This Rreat remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a solf-addrcssod envelops to
ths Rev. Joseph T. Ikman, Station D. Nw